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Higbee Beach Birding – September 24, 2021

Leaders (7:30am group): Mary Watkins, Bernie Hodgdon

Leaders (7:45am group): Chris Marks, Jackie Parker

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7:30am group:

Lots of catbirds and bluejays! Then warblers high and low once the sun hit the trees.!

30 species

SpeciesCount
Mourning Dove2
Ring-billed Gull1
Herring Gull4
Great Black-backed Gull6
Turkey Vulture8
Osprey4
Sharp-shinned Hawk1
Cooper’s Hawk1
Broad-winged Hawk1
Red-bellied Woodpecker3
Hairy Woodpecker1
Northern Flicker1
Red-eyed Vireo9
Blue Jay16
American Crow7
Carolina Chickadee3
Carolina Wren12
Gray Catbird9
Brown Thrasher1
American Goldfinch1
Common Grackle2
Black-and-white Warbler7
Nashville Warbler1
American Redstart4
Northern Parula18
Chestnut-sided Warbler1
Blackpoll Warbler2
Scarlet Tanager1
Northern Cardinal3
Blue Grosbeak1

 

7:45am Group

31 species

SpeciesCount
Ruby-throated Hummingbird1
Laughing Gull13
White Ibis4
Turkey Vulture1
Osprey8
Sharp-shinned Hawk1
Bald Eagle1
Belted Kingfisher1
Red-bellied Woodpecker3
Downy Woodpecker1
Peregrine Falcon1
Eastern Wood-Pewee2
Red-eyed Vireo10
Blue Jay6
Tufted Titmouse1
Tree Swallow4
House Wren1
Carolina Wren12
Gray Catbird10
Brown Thrasher1
American Goldfinch1
Black-and-white Warbler4
American Redstart8
Northern Parula7
Magnolia Warbler1
Bay-breasted Warbler1
Chestnut-sided Warbler1
Blackpoll Warbler3
Scarlet Tanager1
Northern Cardinal8
Blue Grosbeak1
New Jersey Audubon